Catholic Polish woodcarver Roman Śledź creates Book of Mormon woodcarvings based on his reading and Catholic background.
Humanities students donning white lab coats uncover patterns in Charles Schulz's Peanuts.
With countless SWELL classes to choose from, BYU students are free to find their fitness element.
BYU students claim the Best Animation title at the 42nd College Television Awards for Cenote.
BYU’s Living Legends gets a new director—and creates a new show.
A student illustrator draws on her heritage to create an absurdist take on a traditional Japanese haiku.
BYU employees make their mark alongside Utah County's United Way.
Leading the 2022-2023 season, Lauren Gustin swept the leaderboards in rebounds, double-doubles, minutes, and points.
Paige Moore overcame debilitating brain injury, allowing her to achieve her childhood dream.
The BYU women’s soccer team finished 2022 with its first-ever repeat appearance in the NCAA Sweet 16.
Family history gets faster as economics professor Joseph P. Price (BA ’03) and a team of skilled students run the Record
Kids learn about science—everything from the water cycle to anatomy—at STEM club, run by BYU education majors.
BYU engineers use new technology to etch the entire text of the Book of Mormon on a palm-sized silicon wafer.
Three sources for building a sense of stewardship and appreciation for the earth, recommended by BYU professor.
The sound of the Artemis I launch, with its snaps and pops, was like “40 million bowls of crackling Rice Krispies."